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crying. and i was like, i just miss my kids. >> you just saw kate gosselin on abc's "good morning america." straight out to marc malkin with e! online columnist. marc, thank you for being with us. marc, she survives another round of cuts. and i don't care what anybody says. that show, "dancing with the stars," is grueling. it is like boot camp getting ready for that thing. so she survives another round last night. it's a big, triumphant victory for her. and he goes into court this morning and demands what? >> he is asking for -- he gives right now something like $20,000 a month to kate. now he wants kate to be paying him and he wants primary custody of the kids. he says she's an absentee mom. >> she's an absentee mom. joining us tonight, everyone, is a very special guest, very well-known attorney anthony f. list. he is the attorney for jon gosselin, joining us out of philadelphia. mr. list, thank you for being with us. mr. list, where is your client, jon gosselin, living right now? >> he's living somewhere in maryland. i have the address, but i don't think it would be advisable to give it
this preconceived notion of what we think our family is supposed to be. >> america's sweetheart has adopted a baby boy. she is a new mom. and not only that, she's actually had this little guy since january. >> sandra bullock now says she's adopting as a single parent. >> i don't care what color you are, what sexual orientation, what nationality you are, what religion you are, if you operate out of a place of love that's a family. >> sandra bullock revealing what she called bittersweet news, that she officially filed for divorce from her husband, jesse james. >> get kissed on the red carpet. and everything. that's nice, though. that's the way it was before. yeah. yeah. >> we are taking your calls. straight back out to marc malkin, e online columnist. marc, again, thank you, and david caplan for being with us. david from "people" magazine. marc, what about jesse james' three children? at first we heard that bullock, although there's not a legal leg to stand on, may mount some type of battle to get some formal visitation rights or parental rights on jesse james' three children. since she was basicall
. >> there's so many moms across america working as hard as you and i do. >> he doesn't. >> wow, this is so challenging. >> now he wants her to support him with child support. >> i mean, i'm just shocked by the challenges. >> he doesn't have a job because he's bound by an agreement that was presented to him by tlc inhibiting him from engaging in any gainful employment. >> i find it very hard to believe he's under a contract where he cannot work at all. >> i know what i have to do. >> she's making a ton of money. >> there's nothing that will make me -- i'm going to nail this. >> i've got to work. i've got to provide. i've got to take care of my kids. so does kate. we're all providing for one thing. for our kids. we're not providing for ourselves because we have eight kids. >> straight out to the director of prevention programs childhelp.org. paul, how difficult would it be to show or to discover whether jon gosselin has actually been looking for a job? >> i don't think it's difficult at all. you're going to want somebody with a skill set. a private investigator to track down and see exactly
in america or mexico. >> yes, joey, you are right. but renee rockwell, defense attorney, who else should we be looking at? fair question. who else should we be looking at? >> well, first of all, it's very reasonable for them to concentrate first on the spouse. it's a little early, though. let's wait for the autopsy to come back. who knows. she could have been sexually assaulted. and just because they were having marital problems does not exclude every other possible suspect. there could be any amount of scenarios besides the husband in this case. >> jeff gardere, ph.d., psychologist, author, "love prescription." everybody knows you don't have to have a criminal record, you don't have to have a history of domestic violence. sometimes it can just take one bad night for things to go wrong. i'm not saying, you know, i'm not saying it's the case here, but it does happen. >> well, there's a possibility that if in fact bruce had done something that it might have been accidental, that they were in a very heightened emotional state, arousal, and they were constantly fighting. that's why we know abou
's no uniform standard mechanism when an adult goes missing in the united states of america. it's -- it's an awful experience for families. that needs to be addressed through federal legislation. and i hope that at some point in the future -- >> so are you telling me it's s.o.p. and the cops don't think there's anything wrong with it? >> absolutely. this is how they handle it. >> hi, shirley. >> hi, nancy. how are you? >> i'm great. i've been playing all day long with the twins. i can hardly walk. but other than that, i'm fine. >> caller: we love them, we love you and your husband. thank you so much for all you do. my question is, i haven't heard it yet and i don't know if it's been up yet. has anyone searched the store or the surrounding area? >> you know what, a lot of people might scoff at your question, but remember the yale professor, the student teacher. she was hidden in the wall, wasn't it yale university. >> shirley's idea was not farfetched. >> i'm sure cops have done that. but back to an earlier caller. how do you know they've done it? >> because i saw at least 25 cops and vi
assistance and courtesy transportation, it's the best coverage in america. >>> hello, i'm a.j. hammer. here is what is coming up. why she says the new custody battle is going to get ugly. >> jesse james and the most provocative news show firing up at the top of the hour right here on hln. >>> florida investigators are searching the area for haleigh cummings. >> he might just be the fall guy. he's convenient. he's out of the area. he's not one of them. so let's just pin it on him. >> back out to lessee at indian sa's questioning, could there be fingerprints on the box? was it carl in missouri's question. there could be still fingerprints on the box, even though it has been submerged. even if there is a box. yes, fingerprints can survive water. back out to the lines, rachel in pennsylvania. hi, rachel. >> hi, nancy. thank you for taking my calls. >> yes, ma'am. >> my question is, in the beginning of the week they said that the person of interest was in custody. well, that would not mean cousin joe because he's not in custody. >> rachel, i've already thought about that. today they came out. po
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at the university of wisconsin. leaves behind dprooefs parents and sisters and brother. matthew zindars america hero. thanks to our guest and especially you for being with us. tonight we are praying for little hayleigh. i'll see you tomorrow night, 8:00 sharp eastern, and until then, good night, friend.
warranty. with roadside assistance and courtesy transportation, it's the best coverage in america. >>> law enforcement retrieved two cinderblocks from the st. johns river, according to cnn affiliate wjxt, citing sources. >> 911. what's your emergency? >> i just woke up and our back door was wide open and we can't find our daughter. >> what is her story about what happened that night? >> she put haleigh to bed, done some laundry, went to bed, and woke up to the door propped open. >> has he ever talked to you about the night haleigh went missing? >> no, ma'am. >> have you asked him? >> not really. >> why? >> he just throws his hands up and says "f" it and then he'll get up and walk away. >> i'm jean casarez of the legal network "in session" in for nancy grace tonight. we are also learning that it was actually tommy that took investigators very early in the week on monday initially to that river's edge. and we also have with us tonight terry shoemaker. we're going to talk to him in just a second. he's the attorney for ronald cummings. he just returned from the jail talking to ronald tonight.
, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> what a week in america's courtrooms. take a look at the stories and, more important, the people who touched our lives. >> has been recovered at the search site. >> cinder blocks. >> cinder blocks. >> not going to discuss the particular items i've taken for analysis. >> i didn't do anything with that little girl. >> i will not be mentioning any names at this time. >> i was told by misty -- >> misty. >> misty, she was the last one to see our daughter. >> she said i've told you everything i know. >> this is a huge river. >> tied haleigh up with a yellow rope and tied a brick of block to the rope. >> yes it was a brick. >> and dropped her into the st. jo john's river. >> i've never seen any bricks at all. >> haleigh cummings is most likely deceased. >>> searching for missing ohio mom tiffany tehan. >> the man in these photos are being a person of interest. >> tiffany went shopping around 9:00 to look for clothes for her 1-year-old daughter. around 11:00 am, tiffany vanishes. >> it's like looking for a needle in a haystack. >> tad, there
of the hour on hln. >>> what a week in america's courtrooms. take a look at the stories and, more important, the people that touched our lives. >> items have been recovered. the cinder blocks. >> those cinder blocks are not going to -- >> i didn't do negative with that little girl. >> i will not be mentioning any names at this time. >> i was told by misty. >> misty. >> she's the last one to see my daughter. >> this is a huge river. >> tied up with a yellow rope and tied a cinder block to the rope and dropped her into the st. john's river. >> i've never seen any bricks at all. >> haleigh cummings is most likely deceased. >> friends and family fear she may be in danger. >> police hope anyone can lead them to the man in these peng turs who they are calling a person of interest in the tiffany tehan case. >> saturday morning around 9:00 to look for clothes. >> not looking for a needle in a hay stack. >> who was with her? the last person? she was. >> she's gone. >> she's the one that holds the key information to finding out what happened. >> tiffany has been found safely in miami, florida. >> now
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